The most critical aspect of choosing an ecommerce solution is its ability to integrate with the other software that you use. Starting from the platform's extensions and add-on libraries to modules and plugins, you need to determine whether the software is readily available for use. While fraud management tools and solutions such as email marketing are a few integrations to be considered, always be sure of everything you need. Your ecommerce store needs to protect itself from potentially harmful orders and should be capable of responding quickly when the fraud occurs. Your enterprise ecommerce platform should integrate well into your fraud mitigation stack and the fraud management server.
Filling the Order: An authorization concerning to the merchant and the consumer is forwarded to the payment gateway. The payment gateway then transmits this to the interface to process the payment. This seemingly lengthy process typically takes a few seconds at most.
Deposition: The store owner then submits the approved authorizations in a batch to his bank for the final settlement. The bank then deposits all the approved funds to the owner's account.